On a day where the NFL was honoring US Veterans across the league, the Jets came into Seattle trying to save their season but ended up getting pummeled by the Seahawks 28-7. I got to see first hand “Tebow-mania” in action. It was really bizarre how the stadium was buzzing every time he entered the game. Neither him or Mark Sanchez could get the offense going however. Marshawn Lynch had a big game with 124 and going over the 1,000 yard mark for the season.
United States Army Sgt. Erin M. Schaefer who lost both of his legs in Afghanistan lead the Seahawks out onto the field as part of the Veterans Day tribute at the stadium and across the NFL.
Golden Tate goes high over the Jets Kyle Wilson for a touchdown grab.
Richard Sherman leaps in front of Dustin Keller for an interception.
Russell Wilson scrambles away from the Jets defenders.
Marshawn Lynch coughs up the ball in the 2nd quarter.
Sidney Rice tries to sell a touchdown reception, but it was ruled incomplete.
Marshawn Lynch stretches for extra yards.
Marshawn Lynch powers through the line.
Do not look directly at the Shermanator.
Russell Wilson throws across his body on the run.
Jets’ CB Ellis Lankster bears down on Russell Wilson.
Lynch talks with O-Line Coach Tom Cable on the sideline.
Head Coach Pete Carroll.
Earl Thomas uproots Jeremy Kerley.
Jets DT Mike DeVito can’t quite catch up with Russell Wilson.
Tim Tebow gets ready to unload a pass.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez looks to pass.
Shonn Greene cuts through the defense.
Marshawn Lynch with a full head of steam looks to attack.
Referee Ed Hochuli is number one.
The offense huddles around Russell Wilson.
Rookie RB Robert Turbin looks to get around Antonio Cromartie.
Jets coach Rex Ryan shakes hands with Ex-Jet Leon Washington.
Antonio Cromartie and Richard Sherman joke after the game.
Tim Tebow walks past his section of fans on the way to the locker room.
*Extra* The Sea Gals look to the sky during their performance.
*Extra* Before the game, the crowd does a card stunt thanking the US Veterans.
*Extra* There was a C-17 Flyover after the National Anthem.
A wet and soggy Sunday afternoon in Seattle was the scene as the high powered Patriots offense lead by Tom Brady went head to head with the League’s top defense. The Patriots lead for most of the game but Russell Wilson lead the Hawks for a 4th quarter rally going ahead with just over a minute remaining with a long touchdown to Sidney Rice and taking the victory 24-23.
Tom Brady getting ready to take the field.
Tom Brady barely gets this pass off…
…before getting drilled by Chris Clemons.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson gets brought down by vince Wilfork for a sack.
Russell Wilson unloads a pass.
Marshawn Lynch breaks free through the Patriots line.
Russell Wilson scrambles to avoid Vince Wilfork.
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin outleaps Kyle Arrington for a touchdown grab.
The Sea Gals break out the cowboy hats for a number.
Russell Wilson scrambles outside for some yards.
Tom Brady leaps to get a pass off over Bruce Irvin.
Marshawn Lynch powers through the Patriots defense.
Punter John Ryan has trouble with this snap on a soggy day.
At halftime the Seahawks honored Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy by retiring #96.
Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy waives to the crowd during the ceremony retiring his number.
Tom Brady scans the Seahawks defense at the line.
Head Coach Pete Carroll has a discussion with the Line Judge.
Brandon Browner almost makes an interception breaking up this pass.
Bruce Irvin gets ready to enter the game.
Seahawks DT Brandon Mebane has a few words for Tom Brady.
Russell Wilson huddles the team up as the rain continues to fall.
Patriots WR Wes Welker eludes a takle on a kick return.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez runs for yards after the catch.
Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski stretches for a few extra yards.
Free Safety Earl Thomas eludes a talker after making this interception.
Seahawks WR Sidney Rice takes the ball on this reverse.
Russell Wilson makes a throw on the run.
The Sea Gals didn’t let a little rain stop them.
Sidney Rice hauls in this touchdown pass with 1:18 remaining to put the Hawks up for good.
A dejected Vince Wilfork leaves the field.
Tom Brady tries to lead the Pats down the field one last time, but it was not to be.
K.J. Wright celebrates after stopping the Patriots on their final drive.
Brady and Wilson shake hands after the game.
A victorious Russell Wilson leaves the field.
The number 8 ranked Stanford Cardinal visited the Washington Huskies for an ESPN Thursday night game in Seattle and got a rude wakeup call from the home team getting upset 17-13 in front of almost 56,000 at CenturyLink Field. The much improved Huskies defense set the tone for the game playing very physical and knocking the Cardinal around. The Offense kept it close and had two long scoring plays that were the difference. The crowd dressed all in black for the game stormed the field in celebration after the upset.
Coach Sark and his team get ready to take the field
Husky QB Keith Price unloads a pass.
Washington WR Kasen Williams pulls in a pass with heavy coverage for a big gain.
Washington WR Kasen Williams juggles the reception a bit but still pulls it in.
The Huskies Defense set the tone for the game swarming the Cardinal on the ball.
Husky TB Bishop Sankey had a big day with 144 yards and a TD.
Kasen Williams breaks free of the grasp of the Cardinal defender.
Stanford’s Stepfan Taylor gets swarmed by two Huskies.
Keith Price gets off the pass before Ken Gardner can reach him.
Coach Sark sends in the play to how QB.
Coach David Shaw talks to the officials about a push-off call.
Keith Price rolls out to avoid pressure.
For the final play of the 3rd quarter, the Huskies needed a 4th and one, Bishop Sankey busted through the line and took off for a 61 yard score.
Sankey shakes the last defender on his way to the end zone.
John Timu hauls down Cardinal QB Josh Nunes
Austin Seferian-Jenkins tries to haul in the pass late in the game.
Kasen Williams lets out a roar after scoring the touchdown that put the Huskies ahead to stay.
The crowd storms the field after the Huskies knock off the No. 8 team in the country (in the center, front is former Husky and current Philadelphia 76er B-Ball player Spencer Hawes).
Husky WR Kevin Smith sports some shades and celebrates with the crowd.
*Extra* The remote overhead field camera with a beautiful sunset behind it.
A much improved Husky defense debuted Saturday evening forcing 3 turnovers, 4 sacks and a fumble recovered for a TD. The Huskies scored early and held on for a 21-12 win over San Diego State.
The megaphones are all lined up ready for the game.
A beautiful evening in the Huskies temporary home CenturyLink Field
Kasen Williams with yards after the catch. He finished the evening with 6 catches for 75 yards and a TD.
Aztec QB Ryan Katz scrambles looking for a receiver.
Kasen Williams gets past one last defender for his first quarter TD.
Ryan Katz gets hauled down by UW’s Josh Shirley
The Husky defense was much improved over last year’s squad.
Bishop Sankey lead all the rushers with 22 carries, 66 yards and a TD.
SDSU’s Colin Lockett tries to shake Tre Watson.
Husky QB Keith Price throws a quick slant to Kendyl Taylor.
Keith Price scrambles to look for an open receiver.
Kasen Williams hauls in an apparent TD, but it was ruled offensive pass interference.
Husky Saftey Will Shamburger scoops up an Aztec fumble …
… and returns it 44 Yards for a TD.
John Timu and another defender congratulate Travis Freeney (middle) after stripping and recovering a fumble.
Shaq Thompson tells the D to get ready for the 4th quarter.
Coach Steve Sarkisian wants an answer, NOW!
Aztec RB Dwayne Garrett cuts through the defense.
Coach Sark sends a play to his QB.
Bishop Sankey fumbles the ball lat in a drive that was recovered by the Aztecs.
Ryan Katz looks for the end zone but was stopped short.
A victorious Keith Price jogs off the field after the game.
It’s that time of year again when all of the football preview magazines start hitting the shelves. and like every other year, Lindy’s continues to put out the best books available. They have great writing and the best use of photos of any of the others out there. Here are 3 covers that I have photos on this year.
Lindy’s Covers 2012
Here is a selection of some of my favorite shots from the 2011 football season. Hope you enjoy!
I took a few shots from Sunday’s Ravens-Seahawks game and did some editing to them in Adobe Lightroom.
Ray Lewis and the Ravens came into Seattle probably thinking that they were going to take care of business and head back east, but that just wasn’t going to be the case. The Seahawks put together one of their most complete games of the season on both sides of the ball and handed the Ravens a 22-17 loss. Marshawn Lynch had a Beast of a day with 167 hard-faught total yards and a touchdown.
Waiting in the wings.
Marshawn Lynch tries to leap for the pylon.
Brandon Mebane flies over David Hawthorne who wrapped up Ray Rice.
Ray Rice surprises everyone with this touchdown pass.
Ed Dickson was on the receiving end of Rice’s pass and spikes the ball.
Ray Lewis on the prowl.
Ravens go high to try and block this field goal attempt.
Michael Robinson checking the coverage.
Tarvaris Jackson rolls out looking for a receiver.
Sidney Rice hauls in a pass with tight coverage.
Marshawn Lynch looks for a hole.
Lynch tries to get outside of the defense.
Marshawn Lynch tip-toes the sideline for a few extra yards.
Atari Rigby and Kernnard Cox celebrate after a fumble recovery by Rigby.
Cary Williams breaks up this pass to Sidney Rice.
Sidney Rice pleads for a flag.
Joe Flacco gets a pass off with pressure coming.
Marshawn Lynch had the last laugh with his performance against the Ravens.
Sidney Rice goes up high for this pass, but it was eventually knock away.
Coach Pete Carroll with some words of encouragement for his quarterback.
Ray Rice gets knocked back by Roy Lewis.
Just out of reach.
Richard Sherman wags his finger at the Raven bench telling them they should throw near him.
Several Ravens try to wrap up Lynch.
Cory Redding tries to drag down Tarvaris Jackson
Joe Flacco tries to scramble for a few yards.
Ray Rice fights for yardage.
David Hawthorne lunges to try and take down Rice.
Cory Redding tries to fire up his teammates.
Lardarius Webb goes up high to knock away this pass to Golden Tate.
Ravens Coach John Harbaugh
Ray Lewis talks with Mike Williams after the game.
Since last Saturday was the final game ever played at Husky Stadium in it’s current configuration I dug up some shots that I have taken of the stadium throughout this season including some shots that most people wouldn’t normally get to see. The Huskies will play their game next year at CenturyLink Field downtown where the Seahawks and Sounders play. They will move into their new digs in 2013. You can see more about the renovation here.
The north stands during the Cal game.
Another angle of the north stands with some great clouds.
Looking east at the scoreboard.
The south stands with the press box and Dubs relaxing before the game.
The South stands under a perfect fall sky.
View of the field from the press box before the Arizona game. You can see the purple line around the field showing where the stands will start with the remodel.
In the tunnel, you will see plaques from past bowl games lining the wall. This shot shows the 1991 National Champions.
More bowl game plaques.
Last of the plaques, heading towards the field.
More shots from the tunnel.
This is the long tunnel leading to the field.
This is where they gather before they run onto the field.
Heading out of the tunnel to the field.
The phone the the refs use to talk to the booth for instant replay reviews.
The TV crew adjusting the remote over the field camera during halftime of the Oregon game.
Final shot of the scoreboard with the final score.
Last look back on the field heading out after the final game.
Last look back. See you in 2013!
Chris Polk had a monster game against Arizona with 144 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns in a 42-31 victory over the Wildcats. With the 6th victory of the season, the Huskies became bowl eligible for the second year in a row.
Chris Polk busts through for one of his 5 touchdowns on the night
Huskies ready to go.
One of the controversial calls of the game was this pass to Michael Hartvigson that was ruled incomplete even though he took three steps with the ball and the ground knocked the ball out.
Coach Sarkisian pleads his case about the call.
Washington QB Keith Price wants to know the scoop too.
James Johnson tries to stiff-arm Cortez Johnson…
…then things get a little grabby.
Throw your dubs up!
Arizona's Dan Buckner appears to have this catch, but the ball was knocked away by Desmond Trufant.
Keith Price and Chris Polk celebrate after one of Polk's 5 TDs.
Keith Price lets out lets out a yell after a false start on the one yard line.
UofA's David Douglas tries to break free from Cort Dennison.
Coach gets the play in to his QB.
Price is sacked hard but manages to hang on to the ball.
Chris Polk looks for a hole.
Kevin Smith leaps over the defense on this kick return.
Wildcat's SS Robert Golden picked off a tipped pass…
…and took it back 91 yards for a Touchdown.
Chris Polk busts through the line.
Robert Golden tries to bring sown Jermaine Kearse.
Keith Price scrambles for good yardage.
Polk breaking free of the defense.
Kasen Williams takes the defense for a ride after a reception.
Nick Foles and Keith Price talk after the game.
Chris Polk gets congrats from a young fan after his monster game.
Washington State hosted Oregon State in Seattle on Saturday for their annual “Seattle Game”. The Beavers dominated the Cougars 44-21 with an offensive explosion lead by 4 TD passes by OSU Freshman Quarterback Sean Mannion.
Brandin Cooks goes up high over the Cougar Defense for a touchdown.
WSU's Casey Locker lays out Markus Wheaton over the middle.
Malcolm Agnew dives for the pylon for a touchdown.
Rickey Galvin full steam ahead.
Beavers RB Jordan Jenkins hauls in a pass for a first quarter TD.
WSU Head Coach Paul Wulff
Sean Mannion gets off a pass over the outstretched hand of Kalafitoni Pole.
CB Damante Horton picks off this pass in the endzone to save a touchdown.
Marquess Wilson gets the ball on a reverse and heads up the field.
Marquess Wilson celebrates after hauling in a touchdown pass.
Rickey Galvin follows his blocker John Fullington.
Markus Wheaton lunges for a few more yards.
Cougar LB Sekope Kaufusi looses his helmet after a hit.
Malcolm Agnew gets met by Tyree Toomer.
Malcolm Agnew breaks through for a few yards.
Cougar QB Jeff Tuel tries to get away from Scott Crichton.
Scott Crichton hauls down Cougar QB Jeff Tuel.
Jordan Poyer gains some yardage on a kick return.
Beavers QB Sean Mannion unloads a pass.
Terron Ward tries to break free of Sekope Kaufusi.
James Rodgers keeps his eyes up the field.
Marshall Lobbestael had to come into the game after an injury to starter Jeff Tuel.
Marquess Wilson hauls in a pass.
Beavers FB Clyton York leaves the cougar D in the dust on this touchdown pass.
This game had just about everything. As soon as ball was kicked off to start the game it started to downpour for about 10 minutes and then the skies opened up and it ended up being a beautiful day. The bright sun made for some challenging light in
Seahawks Stadium, Qwest Field, CenturyLink Field. It wasn’t a pretty game for either team but the Seahawks made plays when they had to and pulled out the victory 13-10 for their first win of the season.
Tarvaris Jackson and Sidney Rice celebrate Jackson's touchdown.
Marshawn Lynch gets his helmet ripped off during the rain storm that showed up at the beginning of the game.
Earl Thomas pick off a pass in the first quarter. A penalty negated the play and the Cardinals keep possession of the ball.
Chester Taylor make a cut to find an opening.
Leon Washington has trouble getting a handle of the ball on this kickoff.
Tarvaris Jackson rolls out looking for a receiver.
Larry Fitzgerald tries to break free of Marcus Trufant.
Earl Thomas and Brandon Browner get mixed up on coverage and Larry Fitzgerald hauls in a touchdown.
Kevin Kolb rolls out looking for a receiver.
Tarvaris Jackson looks for an opening in the defense.
Tarvaris Jackson throws on the run.
Sidney Rice tries to fend off AJ Jefferson.
Tarvaris Jackson unloads a desperation throw at the end of the half...
…which is broken up and intercepted by the Cardinals.
Marshawn Lynch busts through the Cardinals Defense.
Sidney Rice hauls in a pass on the sideline and is pushed out by AJ Jefferson.
Pete Carroll likes what he sees
Tarvaris Jackson tries to break free of Darnell Dockett's grip.
Tarvaris Jackson dives into the endzone for a touchdown.
Kevin Kolb loses his helmet when being brought down by Chris Clemons.
David Hawthorne is on the prowl.
Kam Chancellor made the final interception of the game to seal the victory and celebrates with Leroy Hill.
After the rain at the beginning of the game, it turned out to be a beautiful day.
This Sea Gal lets her hair fly.
This season’s Lindy’s Annuals are hitting the shelves now. My photos appear on three covers this year, the National College Pacific Northwest edition as well as the Pro Seattle and San Francisco/Oakland/San Diego edition. It has been a great experience to shoot for Lindy’s for the past several years.
I’ve gathered up my favorite sports images from 2010 here. I feel very fortunate to have been able to to shoot so many great events and meet so many great people. I hope you enjoy.
The AFC West leading Chiefs came into Seattle and dominated the Seahawks on Sunday 42-24. Dwayne Bowe had three touchdown receptions and Jamaal Charles rushed for 173 yards. The loss bumped the Seahawks back into a tie with St.Louis for first place in the NFC West. From a photography perspective, it was a great game to shoot because there was decent light and the red Chiefs uniforms really popped with all of the dark blue throughout Qwest Field.
The Chiefs take the field
The Hawks rushing trio was introduced together. Unfortunately, the only managed 20 total yards for the game.
Matt Cassel threw for 4 touchdowns on the day
Rookie Russell Okung gets ready to protect his QB.
Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley
Lofa Tatupu wraps up Thomas Jones.
Jackie Bates stops Marshawn Lynch in his tracks.
Marcus Trufant is taken off the field on the cart after a leg injury, but returned later in the game.
Rookie Earl Thomas returns a blocked punt for a touchdown.
Leon Washington gets just enough of Verran Tucker to trip him up on a return.
Lofa wants to hear it from the crowd.
Jamaal Charles has a huge day rushing for the Chiefs with 173 yards.
Matt Hasselbeck gets a pass off. He finished with 282 yards on the day.
Dwayne Bowe and Verran Tucker celebrate one of Bowe's 3 touchdowns.
Kendrick Lewis runs for yardage after an interception.
Pete Carroll looks on to the action.
Who's got it?...
...Tamba Hali, that's who.
Matt Cassel lifts up Dwayne Bowe after another his third TD of the day.
Ben Obomanu gets past the Chiefs secondary and is wide open.
...and takes it for a touchdown as Coach Carroll reacts in the background.
Deon Butler makes a great leaping catch in the back of the endzone, but he was ruled out of bounds.
Hawks TE Chris Baker lunges over the line for a TD late in the game.
Matt Cassel trots off the field after a 42-24 victory.
Andrew Luck, that is. Luck and the Stanford Cardinal came in to Husky Stadium Saturday and dominated the Huskies from from the very start, winning 41-0. It was another wet one for the first half and then the skies cleared for the rest of the game, but the Huskies were already sunk. At least they get to go on the road to Eugene next week to take on the #1 team in the country next week! Here are a few shots from the game.
Andrew Luck finds his receiver
Stepfan Taylor lunges over the goal line for a score.
Stepfan Taylor 3 Yd Run for another score. It also looks like Nate Fellner is missing the "W" on his helmet.
Chris Polk tries to bust through the Cardinal defense
Jake Locker scrambles for a few yards
Even if this one is a tad out of focus, I like how the rain scattering shows the force of the hit.
UW might want to rethink wearing the white pants for rain games...
Andrew Luck ended the night with 192 yards passing, but did have a TD pass and a 51 yard TD run.
Ryan Whalen catches one over the middle.
Stepfan Taylor breaks free
Shayne Skov rockin' the mohawk
One of the few highlights of the night for the Huskies was the 18 tackles by Mason Foster
Chris Polk makes a cut
Tyler Gaffney gets sandwiched between two Huskies.
Doug Baldwin gets pursued by Desmond Trufant and Cort Dennison.
Jake Locker with the QB sneak on 4 & 1 to keep a drive alive.
The drive was short-lived as a pass was picked off by Johnson Bademosi deep in Husky territory.
Cardinal Head Coach Jim Harbaugh is amused by his team's performance.
No smiles to be found on the Huskies bench
Chris Polk has a talk with one of the coaches in the final minutes.
Keith Price got in for a few snaps at the end of the game.
*EXTRA* Dubs poses for a shot before the game as the band performs in the background.
A little late here but I found a few shots from last Sunday’s game that I liked and I put a couple effects on them in Lightroom just to change it up a bit.
Flying out of the tunnel
Brandon Mebane and Lofa Tatupu
Walter Jones officially called it quits today after a 13 year career with the Seahawks as arguably one of the best offensive linemen to play the game.
This was a shot that my dad took of my dog Eva when we went to the dog park a couple years back. I love this shot!
Eva catching her frisbee
I was lucky enough to attend the First Flight of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner this morning. It was quite a sight to see it take off. There was a great feeling of pride for all the Boeing employees in attendance. More photos here
The Boeing 787 takes off for it's first flight.
The Huskies earned a miraculous 36-33 win over Arizona on Saturday night. They scored two touchdowns in 18 seconds at the end of the game to pull out the win.
Jake Locker scrambles near the endzone trying to escape the Arizona rush
Greg Nwoko dives into the endzone for a Wildcat touchdown.
Arizona's Vuna Tuihalamaka tries to sack Jake Locker...
...but Jake is able to slip the tackle...
...and is able to run for a 56 yard touchdown!
Desmond Trufant brings down Arizona's David Roberts after a catch.
The Wildcat defense snuffs a run by Chris Polk.
Arizona's Nick Foles tries to get a pass off with Daniel Te'o-Nesheim bears down on him.
Delashaun Dean puts a stiff-arm to the face of Quinton Richardson.
Chris Polk hangs on to the ball while being brought down by Xaiver Kelly.
Greg Nwoko splits the Husky defense.
Greg Nwoko is finally brought down by a swarm of Huskies.
Donald Butler knocks the ball out right at the goal line as Delashaun Dean tries to score.
Gregory Christine pumps the crowd and his team up while being carted off the field after breaking his leg.
Chris Polk is met by a couple of Wildcat defenders.
The Washington coaches are on the edge as a play unfolds
Jake Locker is sacked deep in Husky territory.
Devin Aguilar hauls in a touchdown pass late in the 4th quarter.
Kavario Middleton is hoisted up by Ryan Tolar after scoring a touchdown to continue the Husky comeback.
Jake and Coach Sark discuss a critical 2 point conversion.
Jermaine Kearse hauls in the 2 point conversion to put the Huskies up for good.
Mason Foster was all smiles after the game as he was the one who completed the comeback with an amazing interception returned for a touchdown.
Head Coach Steve Sarkisian and assistant Nick Holt hug after and amazing win.
Jake Locker celebrates with his teammates.
The Seahawks broke out some new neon green jerseys for their game against the Bears but they weren’t bright enough to distract the Bears from winning 25-19.
Julius Jones takes a screen pass and heads towards the endzone.
...and takes it to the house.
Adewale Ogunleye makes a push towards Seneca Wallace
Matt Forte gets wrapped up by Will Herring
Matt Forte tries to escape from Will Herring
Jay Culter with a screen pass.
Nate Burleson hauls in a pass with Zackary Bowman trying to bring him down.
Greg Olsen hand the ball to the official after his 4th quarter score.
Devin Hester looks for a hole as Jay Cutler gives him a block.
Seahawks Head Coach, Jim Mora throws the challenge flag to protest a touchdown call. The play stood as it was called on the field.
Adewale Ogunleye puts the pressure on Seneca Wallace who just barely gets off the throw.
Jay Cutler gets stripped from behind by Aaron Curry and the Seahawks recovered the fumble.
Devin Hester escapes after a reception for the go-ahead touchdown in the 4th quarter that would prove to be the game winner.
Devin Hester in the endzone.
*Extra* Bears gather together after being introduced before the game.
The Huskies shocked the #3 ranked USC Trojans today at Husky Stadium. Easily the biggest upset in college football this year so far. Here are a few shots from the game.
Of course, the underlying story of today's game was the first meeting between Steve Sarkisian and Pete Carroll.
Jake Locker keeps the ball for the Huskies first TD of the game.
The Huskies Defense came up huge today against a usually potent USC offense.
Jake Locker tries to get a pass off under heavy pressure.
USC's Stanley Havilli tries to break away from UW's Quinton Richardson
James Johnson muscles his way for a few more yards.
Justin Glenn jumps on a critical fumble late in the game by USC allowing the Huskies to drive to tie the game.
Justin Glenn celebrates after getting our from under the pile and the official confirms that it's Husky ball.
Kavario Middleton had a key reception on the last drive to keep the Dawgs rolling.
Erik Folk puts through the winning field goal with .05 seconds left to seal the victory for the Dawgs.
After the game, an emotional Jake Locker gets congratulated by the crowd that stormed the field.
Husky fans have been waiting quite a while for a victory like this.
Jake Locker acknowledges the crowd as he make his way into the tunnel to the locker room.
It’s that time of year again. Football is back! Here are a few shots of my first game of the year. The LSU Tigers beat the Washington Huskies 31-23.
Washington WR James Johnson celebrates with teammates after scoring on the game's opening drive.